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Best John Goodwin podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best John Goodwin podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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This course surveys the history and theology of Puritanism in England and North America during the 16th – 18th centuries. Key themes such as worship, political, education reform, and family will be explored along with an emphasis on the Puritan Regulative Principle. Several leading figures of the Puritan movement and their theology are explained including John Owen, Richard Sibbes, Thomas Goodwin, and Jonathan Edwards.
 
Cairn 10 is a brand new podcast that brings our alumni back inside Cairn University—in just ten minutes. Alumni Relations Director Nate Wambold interviews faculty, administrators, students, and other special guests, to give you an inside look at what’s happening on campus.
 
Great Podversations features nationally-recognized writers in conversation. These candid discussions invite the listener to learn about literature, politics, history, economics, science, and culture through the voices of compelling authors and experts. NPR’s Robert Siegel introduces each pair of fascinating guests. Great Podversations is produced by the University of Louisville Kentucky Author Forum, and distributed by Louisville Public Media. For more information and podcast show notes, ple ...
 
Chartered psychologist Kyle Davies explores the connections between body, brain, emotions and consciousness in strength, fitness, sport, exercise and performance in life. Each episode has a mix of interviews with leading experts in the fields of sports and exercise science, training, nutrition, psychology, and consciousness, along with cutting edge information and insights from Kyle. The show offers an educational and entertaining experience that will help achieve greater success in both tra ...
 
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This week Stick To Wrestling is joined by Barry Rose, whose love and enthusiasm for all things Championship Wrestling from Florida is amazing. We talk about Barry: –Being in attendance when Terry Funk won the NWA title from Jack Brisco. –Running the Billy Robinson Fan Club. –Doing a WILD shoot interview with Paul Jones. –Witnessing Kevin Sullivan’s…
 
Some kiwi olive growers decided to enter an international olive oil competition in New York, and picked up some silverware. John and Angela Goodwin, who run Woodside Bay Olive Oils on Waiheke Island, were one of the lucky winners. John Goodwin told Andrew Dickens a combination of things make their olive oil so good. "It's got a lot to do with our m…
 
The United States is shaken over the tragic death of George Floyd, the 46-year old unarmed black man from Minneapolis who died after a police officer held him down by kneeling on his neck. Christiane Amanpour is joined by U.S. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer to discuss the situation in the country and President Trump’s threat to regulate, or…
 
Public rubbish bins taken away, park-and-ride charges and public toilets closed are likely affects of Covid-19 as the Auckland Council tries to cut its budget after the Covid-19 crisis. Mayor Phil Goff said the council has taken a $525 million hit in revenue from the pandemic - the highest faced by any council and the highest in the city's history.…
 
So here we are on the verge of a holiday weekend where we are actually allowed to travel. And we are. A number of callers to the station have told us that they’ve tried to book in holiday destinations only to find the house full card is out so that’s got to be good. One caller to Kerre’s show said that finding Queenstown booked out they’ve instead …
 
Humanity stands on the edge of another milestone in space exploration, the first launch of humans into orbit by a private company, Space X. Christiane Amanpour is joined by Martha McSally, the U.S. Air Force’s first female combat jet pilot and now Republican Senator for Arizona. Covid-19 has killed thousands worldwide and triggered a severe recessi…
 
Chris Pilsworth is not a name that is on the tip of the tongue for most magicians. He quietly performs professionally for corporations across Canada with the occasional outdoor busking, too. Nut he is noted for his creative ideas and consulting with magicians from Las Vegas to London and even for television in China. His approach to magic is passio…
 
Ezra Klein is a journalist and co-founder of Vox, where he currently serves as the editor-at-large. He joins David to talk about his evolution from obscure blogger to national political commentator, his early work on the Howard Dean campaign, his assessment of the current presidential race, and more. His new book, Why We’re Polarized, explores the …
 
China's legislature has approved a proposal to impose a highly contentious national security law in Hong Kong, in an unprecedented move that critics say threatens fundamental political freedoms and civil liberties in the semi-autonomous territory. China's rubber-stamp parliament, the National People's Congress, passed the resolution Thursday to ena…
 
Transtasman flights to Tasmania can be safely done now, and international students could safely fly in to New Zealand and be put into quarantine, Winston Peters says. The Deputy Prime Minister told reporters on his way to Question Time today that both measures would boost the economy, which has been devastated by Covid-19. He has been pushing for a…
 
Changes to central Government Essential Freshwater regulations reflect farmer feedback, says Federated Farmers. "While we're still working through the detail, the high level policy decisions indicate the government has heeded some of the rural sector concerns" said Federated Farmers environment spokesman Chris Allen. "What farmer groups seek now is…
 
Air New Zealand has copped its fair share of strife throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, now its getting it from customers. Consumer NZ says customers are being "short-changed" by the national carrier's preference to provide credits rather than to return money. A survey by the watchdog found 80 per cent of passengers on cancelled Air NZ flights have b…
 
Air New Zealand is again under fire from a consumer watchdog that claims the airline's reluctance to issue refunds means it has locked away millions of dollars. Consumer NZ says customers are being "short-changed" by the national carrier's preference to provide credits rather than to return money. A survey by the watchdog found 80 per cent of passe…
 
The Government has announced a boost of $95 million into the arts sector, with $18 million injected into Te Papa Museum to keep it afloat. It is part of a broader package for the sector, which has been crippled by the Covid crisis. The $18 million for Te Papa was a substitute for the revenue for the cafe, koha and events at the premises. Creative N…
 
The Government has just unveiled its long-awaited reforms aimed at cleaning up New Zealand's rivers – and advocates are already disappointed that there aren't any nailed-down limits for some key pollutants. The new reforms set higher health standards at swimming spots, require urban waterways to be cleaned up and enforceable farm environment plans,…
 
A 30-year-old man has died of the coronavirus in Central Queensland, Australia. The man from Blackwater tested positive after he was found unresponsive in his home at 4.30pm yesterday (AEST). The man could not be revived and was declared dead at the scene. He had been displaying Covid symptoms in the week leading up to his death, but had many other…
 
COMMENT In the hazy lazy days of the lockdown I found myself in front of a supermarket magazine stand. Sadly I was looking at how few magazines there were because of the collapse of the local industry. But then I saw a copy of new Zealand geographic and I realised it was one of the few survivors. In fact it now claims to be New Zealand’s only remai…
 
COMMENT One of the most contentious statistics among the many contentious Covid-19 statistics, is the Infection Fatality Proportion (IFP). This is the proportion of people infected with Covid-19 who will die from the infection. It is probably the most important statistic we need to know about because it determines how long it will take for a popula…
 
As the UK edges closer to 40,000 coronavirus deaths, there is uproar in the country over the behavior of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s chief political advisor Dominic Cummings, who drove nearly 300 miles across England while the public were being urged not to leave their homes. Mr Cummings stands unapologetic, and with the support of the Prime Min…
 
As Americans honour their military service people on Memorial Day, the country edges closer to another landmark, 100,000 coronavirus deaths. President Trump has been widely criticized for this handling of the pandemic, and for his behaviour over the weekend. Christiane Amanpour is joined by Michael D'Antonio, author of "The Truth About Trump", and …
 
The Dominic Cummings saga continues. The UK Prime Minster's aide has been in hot water after going on a 400-plus kilometre road trip during strict lockdown rules. However Cummings is refusing to step down, despite the tide of anger coming for the Government. UK correspondent Gavin Grey told Andrew Dickens Cummings will need to appear before the com…
 
Wellington regional DHBs are prioritising Māori and Pasifika patients who are on waiting lists for surgeries. People get ordered first by urgency, then by the time they have been waiting and finally by ethnicity. Capitol and Coast DHB John Tait told Andrew Dickens giving Māori or Pasifika first crack comes down to a number of factors. "One is we kn…
 
Wellington region DHBs are prioritising Māori and Pasifika on surgery waiting lists. Capital and Coast and Hutt Valley DHBs say ethnicity is taken into account along with patients’ level of clinical urgency and how long they have been waiting. Jack Tame told Andrew Dickens all studies show Māori and Pasifika have worse access to health care in New …
 
In this weeks episode of Two Dykes and a Mic, Rachel gets into biking and McKenzie is hot for the first time since Corona virus. The hosts discuss spitting in your partners mouth, Ruby Rose leaving Batwoman, and the movie this week is "City of Trees". For more exclusive gay content subscribe to : https://www.patreon.com/twodykesandamic Follow @TwoD…
 
The commercial property sector is "vulnerable" to the Covid-19 crisis and banks have a $40 billion exposure, representing about 8 per cent of all lending. Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr today released the May Financial Stability Report which said that hotel, retail and some office properties had been immediately hit by international travel restri…
 
Dion Reynolds and Jessica O'Connor have been found alive, after they did not return from a tramp through the Kahurangi National Park 18 days ago. The pair sustained only minor injuries but an ambulance had met a helicopter to take them to Nelson hospital. Search and rescue sergeant Malcolm York says civilian aircrafts using a search radar found the…
 
Dion Reynolds and Jessica O'Connor who were missing for 18 days missing in the Kahurangi National Park have been found alive. Reynolds and O'Connor, 23, went tramping in the Kahurangi National Park but failed to return when expected. The pair sustained only minor injuries but an ambulance had met a helicopter to take them to Nelson hospital. Reynol…
 
So there is a big old battle happening on the left after the Government unveiled the COVID-19 Income Relief Payment. A new programme for those who lost their job because of the contagion. Full timers could get 490 a week and part timers 250 a week. This is twice what the Jobseeker’s benefit is on an individual basis. It’s also not dependent on age …
 
Special adviser to the British Primer Minister Dominic Cummings has landed himself in hot water Cummings has insisted he would not resign from his position after driving the length of England, while the country was under strict lockdown — a trip he made without informing the prime minister first. The Government is set to cop a fair amount of backla…
 
Main shopping streets are losing their retail stores, a problem that was around before the Covid-19 pandemic. The likes of Browns Bay in Auckland and Gisborne are suffering. Tauranga's CBD has over 100 empty store. Urban planner James Lunday believes the 'high street' has an opportunity to resurrect itself, but with change. He says many factors con…
 
Holders of a New Zealand residence visa offshore wanting to travel to New Zealand will face a travel ban if they are coming into the country as residents for the first time, Immigration NZ says. The border is closed to all but NZ citizens and residents with limited exceptions. INZ resumed the processing of residence applications on May 14 - but sai…
 
There is set to be a vaccine free for all at some point, but the Government has put their foot forward to help research locally. The Government has allocated $37 million for local development of a Covid-19 vaccine to join the international efforts. It has also created a vaccine strategy and a taskforce to overseas its implementation. But former Nat…
 
The Government has allocated $37 million for local development of a Covid-19 vaccine and to join the international efforts. It has also created a vaccine strategy and a taskforce to overseas its implementation. Leading scientists have been urging New Zealand to start development of its own vaccine for more than a month amid fears the country could …
 
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has abandoned controversial laws that make it easy to deregister unions and rid officials. It will create a new relationship between unions and employees with the Government involved. Morrison is hoping to cooperate with unions better in an attempt to reform workplace laws. He says this must be a critical el…
 
New Zealand's biggest motorhome operator Tourism Holdings has come up with a way to give Kiwis a bucket list road trip while putting a little cash into its Covid-19 smashed balance sheet. In a bid to get the country moving again, the NZX-listed tourism operator is offering massive discounts on campervan hire through to the end of October - includin…
 
COMMENT: Never waste a good crisis. You’re probably sick of hearing that little truism which has been bandied about willy nilly during this Covid Crisis. But it’s a truism for a reason. When everything falls down you need to look at what’s necessary and what’s not and what you’ve taken for granted and what could be spruced up. One of those things i…
 
In honor of Memorial Day we revisit our September 2019 conversation with Admiral William McRaven, retired U.S. Navy SEAL who served as the commander of U.S. Special Operations from 2011 to 2014. He joins David to talk about his decision to serve in the military, his assessment of the Trump administration, and his most memorable missions — including…
 
Amy Adams says her change of heart on retiring from politics has nothing to do with National's change of leadership. She ended her 12-year run in the Selwyn seat ahead of the election. But now, she's accepted the COVID-19 Recovery portfolio from new Opposition leader Todd Muller. Adams says she's always been very loyal to former leader Simon Bridge…
 
Stuff, one of New Zealand's largest media companies, has been sold to management for $1. Nine Entertainment announced the sale on the ASX on Monday morning. The new company will be led by Stuff's chief executive, former journalist Sinead Boucher. The deal ends years of speculation about the company's ownership, after lengthy attempts by NZME, owner…
 
A transtasman bubble with certain Australian states could open up even before interstate border bans are lifted. Australia's Federal Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham said New Zealand was the first choice for an international travel bubble, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. "New Zealand is obviously the first, and right now only, international ma…
 
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